Ultimate 4th of July Decoration And Craft Ideas

The 4th of July is just around the corner but there’s still a little time left to get ready for the event. So don’t waste any more time and start decorating your home, your garden, yard and windows. Get ready for the guests that will come over and plan a beautiful dinner or barbeque. The table needs to look amazing and all the dishes must be chosen according to the theme. Here are some great ideas you could use as inspiration.

Table décor.

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The colors are important so be creative and paint some tin cans turning them into lovely vases for the flowers.

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Use themed table runners and napkins and choose the right colors for the rest of the table decorations and for the plates.

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A blue linen can be an elegant background for red and white napkins. Also, you can surprise your guests with a little themed gift awaiting on their plates.

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Stripes aren’t the only pattern which you can use. If you opt for the right colors, other patterns can be just as lovely and festive.

Flags away.

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Give your home a festive 4th of July look and start with the entryway, the place everyone first sees when they visit.

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Decorate your porch and express your enthusiasm for the holiday with flags of all sizes displayed outdoors.

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You can also use flags indoors. An oversized flag can be a wonderful decoration for a wall and it can cover an entire area.

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Hang a flag out the window where the others can see but where you can also enjoy it. It would be a nice accessory for the plants displayed there as well.

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Find all the fags you’ve stored in the garage or inside the house and put them out at the entrance or on the porch.

Mason jars.

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Mason jars are very versatile and can be sued for a lot of things. Spray paint them and create festive patterns with tape.{found on itallstarted}.

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Give a mason jar a new use and a new look. A playful project that transforms the jar into a nice lanterns by placing tea candles inside.{found on kiwicrate}.

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It’s not all about the jar. If you’d rather not paint the whole jar and restrict its use this way, you can just opt for a themed lid.

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Put some festive lids on the jars and buy some colorful straws and you have perfect containers for cold drinks.

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If you can find mason jars that already have a tent of blue or red then it’s easier to give them a festive or themed look.

Cocktails.

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Mason jars are great cocktail containers but the actual drink must be festive as well. Make a lovely raspberry lemonade to fill them with.

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This cocktail definitely has the right colors. It’s made with watermelon schnapps, cranberry juice, lime, tequila and blue curacao.

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The chalkboard labels are a great idea for these cocktail jars but the decorations also make them look appealing.

Deserts.

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What better way to finish a delicious festive dinner than with a red, white and blue desert? These are made with gelatin, panna cotta and fresh fruit.

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A trifle can also be a wonderful idea. Use red and blue fruits to make colorful layers with white in between.{found on martha}.

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A creative idea would be to use strawberries. Dip them in white chocolate and then in blue sugar and you’ll get a lovely red, white and blue desert.{found on spool}.

Bike decorations.

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If you’re planning to take a bike for a spin on the 4th of July it would have to feature the right look so start decorating it.{found on sayy}.